Doom is a first-person shooter video game developed by id Software and published by Bethesda Softworks. Released in May this year, it is a reboot of the Doom series that originated in 1993 and the first major installment since the release of Doom 3 in 2004 (via Windows Central).
The legendary shooter included one of the greatest video game soundtracks. Mick Gordon, the Australian composer and sound designer, who has in the past composed music for both film and video games, including Wolfenstein: The New Order and Killer Instinct, reimagines the 90s-era industrial rock into two hours of intense riffs with 31 tracks.
Until now, there was no official way to sample Doom’s thrilling soundtrack outside of the game, and fans had to contend themselves by chaining the in-game audio snippets together in unofficial rips on YouTube. But that changes now. After being available on iTunes, Google Play Store, and Spotify, the ‘DOOM Original Game Soundtrack’ has finally landed on Groove Music. Rock on!Further reading: Doom